Nordic Horn Ceremony Workshop With Kari Tauring, Völva

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Nordic Horn Ceremony Workshop With Kari Tauring, Völva
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Eye of Horus Metaphysical says
March 29th (Sunday) 3:00-5:00pm

Bring your drinking horn (or modern version thereof)! History and myth combine to paint a picture of Horn ritual in Northern Europe from the Ice Age to today. Discover the oorlog (deep history) of humanities sacred relationship with the bison, cow, medicine and sacred drink. Learn and perform two horn ceremonies that you can use at home!

Viking art and legend made the horn ceremony famous. One may think of horn ceremony as a smelly room full of burly dudes getting piss-faced. But the first evidence of cow horn use in Europe was carved in the caves of Lascaux, France in 20,000 BCE, when thick ice still covered Scandinavia and the Celtic islands. Here, the Lady holds the horn in her right hand, her left placed on her womb. There are 13 stav marks on the horn of the Auroch, the European bison, thousands of years before domestication. Uruz.

Migration out of the Indus valley brought sheep, goats, and the sacred cow to the fresh lands of Scandinavia. The Bronze Age (2000 BCE) marks a time of blending the cultures of the wild bison and the domestic cow. The story of Audumbla is the story of Aditi, the sacred Goa walking the ridge of the universe. Memory of the cow goddess and her sacred priestesses lingered even into 18th century Norway as only women owned and milked the cows. Fehu.

And what goes into the horn? The sacred drink evolved and stories of the horn's contents are alive with goddesses, demons, giant beings, and very interesting recipes!

Cost: $30 (does not include horn)
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By: Eye of Horus Metaphysical

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